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Barry Echavarria, MIT Technology Review, MBA

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Arman Tabatabai
November 28, 2019
TechCrunch
Excerpts from conversations with Gideon Lichfield, editor in chief of the MIT Technology Review, and Karen Hao, its artificial intelligence reporter.
Rob Thubron
September 23, 2019
TechSpot
Deepfakes is the manipulation of images and videos using machine learning, usually involving the superimposing of a person's face over the source material. It was highlighted last year when the technique was used to digitally replace the faces of porn...
By James Pero For Dailymail.com
August 19, 2019
Mail Online
Researchers say using the machine is equivalent to reducing a person's metabolic work rate by 9.3 percent when walking and about 4 percent when running, which is like losing 12 to 17 lbs.
MIT Technology Review
April 30, 2019
www.prnewswire.com:443
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, MIT Technology Review announced its second EmTech Next conference, which will take place June 11-12,...
GINA KOLATA, SUI-LEE WEE and PAM BELLUCK
November 28, 2018
nytimes.com
The researcher, He Jiankui, offered no evidence or data to back up his assertions. If true, some fear the feat could open the door to "designer babies."
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